Download the Microsoft Translator installer for Microsoft Office


Now you can translate your Microsoft Office documents with Microsoft Translator – right within Office! You can translate words, phrases, or even your entire document, through the Research task pane. We blogged about setting this up manually for Office 2007 or Office 2003 previously – now it’s really easy!

 

This works for both Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007. The current default in Microsoft Office is WorldLingo – this installer will update your task pane to use Microsoft Translator as the default translator for the languages we provide.

 

Download the installer now and let us know what you think over in the Forum!

Comments (203)

  1. beqiraj.net says:

    Microsoft Translator Installer for Microsoft Office

  2. Now you can translate your Microsoft Office documents with Microsoft Translator – right within Office!

  3. Now you can translate your Microsoft Office documents with Microsoft Translator – right within Office

  4. Robert Clubine says:

    it does not install, state that I do not have Office 2007 installed on my laptop. I do have it though! Strange.

  5. Takako Aikawa says:

    In Office 2007, go to Review and you’ll see Translate button in the ribbon.  Click Translate and you’ll see the Research task pane.  Choose [Translate] under [All Reference Books] and then, click on [Translation options].  Translation Options box shows up and there, you’ll see Microsoft Translator option for the language pairs [Arabic->English/English->Arabic, Chinese->English/English->Chinese, etc.].  For the languages pairs that Microsoft Translator currently accommodates, go to: http://www.microsofttranslator.com/.  Hope that you can find Microsoft Translator in your Office.

  6. SwanieK says:

    I’ve office 2003.  I’ll see how it goes.  Thanks for the info.

  7. Dan Shaw says:

    Really looking forward to this!

  8. MVP Factor says:

    Hola Esta es una muy buena herramienta para todos, Microsoft Research ha hecho muchas mejoras en esta

  9. David.Net says:

    Is it possible to be contacted about a possible integration of this product for a standalone application (not office)?

  10. @David.Net Feel free to email us

  11. David.Net says:

    that’s my problem, I can’t seem to find an email or contact option? Am I looking over it?

  12. Try mtcont at microsoft dot com.

  13. I have installed the Translator for Microsoft Office and it works as said in many blog posts here. It helps because I frequently receive attached files in emails of foreign language link submissions in Excel format.

  14. Mesmo com o programa de tradução, o tradutor mistura varias linguas, gotaria que usasse o portugues de portugal é mais limpo não tem tantas palavras misturadas de linguas.

  15. computerproducts says:

    Just downloaded the installer. Helpful as I get clients who send me stuff in other languages. Now no more copy and paste in online translators.

  16. Victor Ramos says:

    Continuo a não compreender o porquê das diversas traduções. Por mais que façam, ou utilizam o português arcaico, ou nada dá certo, porque o Computador não pensa, não tem sensibilidade, e só sai asneira do pensador que se armou em tradutor. Bicha é bicha o que o português pensa não o digo.

  17. Atul Naidu says:

    The URL change to http://www.microsofttranslator.com is not effective in the installer. It still reflects the old URL : http://www.windowslivetranslator.com

  18. shigueo says:

    gostaria de usa-lo desde ja muito obrigado

  19. Pieter05 says:

    I would like translate,words and pages in Englesh to Dutch.

  20. Roberto says:

    mto interessante por aqui ajuda a desenvolver outras linguas

  21. Roberto says:

    ajuda no uso das linguas muito importante

    facilita comunicacao entre pessoas de diferentes origens e muitomais.

  22. abdallah says:

    i need translat from english to arabic

  23. abdallah says:

    i need translat from english to arabic

  24. abdallah says:

    i need translat from english to arabic

  25. abdallah says:

    i need translat from english to arabic

  26. lee says:

    I need transration from english to Korean

  27. Chris Wendt says:

    Hi Lee,

    our service does support translations from and to Korean. Let us know what prevented you from using this successfully.

  28. Chris Wendt says:

    The service also supports translations form and to Arabic, Dutch, Chinese, Japanese, Polish, Czech, Danish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Thai.

  29. Natalie says:

    Is there an option to create a standalong Office document that looks just like the foreign language one but has an English translation for all the words?

  30. I down loaded this version and license for over $430.00. When mt PC’s crashe it getts harder and harder to recover them, sometimes buying more then one version. I cannot afford that anymore as I I am 100% disabled.

  31. I down loaded this version and license for over $430.00. When mt PC’s crashe it getts harder and harder to recover them, sometimes buying more then one version. I cannot afford that anymore as I I am 100% disabled.

  32. Chris Wendt says:

    Hello Douglas,

    Microsoft Translator for Office is 100% free. We have not seen errors in Office applications due to usage of automatic translation. Can you provide a sample?

    Chris Wendt

    Microsoft Translator

  33. Chris Wendt says:

    Hello Natalie,

    jhere are the steps to produce a completely translated document with Microsoft Translator: — Choose Translate from the menu

    – Choose your languages

    – Click on the little green arrow that says "Translate the whole document". This will open the translated document in your browser. – – Using the icons at the top, choose "Translation with hover original", the one on the right.

    – Click somewhere in the translated text.

    – Press Ctrl-A to select the whole translation.

    – Press Ctrl-C to copy teh selection to the clipboard.

    – Open a new document and press Ctrl-V to insert the complete text.

    Chris Wendt

    Microsoft Translator

  34. Nasser says:

    Download the Microsoft Translator installer for Microsoft Office

    Now you can translate your Microsoft Office documents with Microsoft Translator – right within Office! You can translate words, phrases, or even your entire document, through the Research task pane. We blogged about setting this up manually for Office 2007 or Office 2003 previously – now it’s really easy!

    This works for both Microsoft Office 2003 and 2007. The current default in Microsoft Office is WorldLingo – this installer will update your task pane to use Microsoft Translator as the default translator for the languages we provide.

  35. varsha says:

    microsoft translator office is good to use

  36. M. ANNOU says:

    Microsoft translator office is good to use and easy

    think you for the service.

  37. M. ANNOU says:

    Microsoft translator office is good to use and easy

    think you for the service.

  38. Manny says:

    Can the translator be configued to keep existing text format and CR/LF in Word document?

  39. takakoa says:

    We are trying to do our best to observe the original text format and CR/LF in Word, but we might miss some in certain contexts.  Do you have any concrete examples that address your concern?  Thanks.

  40. tengo instalados 2003 y2007y sale un texto queno no los tengo por lo tanto no se puede instalar

  41. Por favor necesito saber como aplicar esta pagina a mi computadora para hacer los trabajos en Microsoft Office. Gracias

  42. Eduardo Alvarez says:

    Miriam, las instrucciones en español para instalarlo y usarlo están en http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=CD7DA089-5945-4972-83BA-3A047E258424&displaylang=es

  43. Chakib BM says:

    One question, is there a offline function or maybe a corporate version for offline translation?

  44. Essam says:

    This is the best one i have ever seen.

  45. Essam says:

    This is the bet one i have ever seen.

  46. Nancy says:

    quisiera traducir todas las paginas que no estan en español

  47. Nancy says:

    me gustaria poder traducir todos los textos q descargue asi como letras de canciones y artculos; ya que la mayoria estan en ingles!!

  48. Randy Muse says:

    want to be able to translate czech and polish to english in Microsoft office products.

  49. Takako Aikawa says:

    Hi Randy,

    Here is the website to describe the Translate feature in Office products.

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HA103514221033.aspx

    If you just download the installer and are not seeing czech and polish in the language selection menu, you need to update your service.

    The website below explains how to update the service:

    http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HA103514221033.aspx#6

    Hope that this is helpful.  Let us know if further questions.

    Thank you.  Takako Aikawa

  50. MARIA LUCCHESE says:

    I would like to translate more accurately, any idiomatic expressions from Spanish toward English or French and from Italian to English or French

  51. this program would be help for me to learn more

  52. this program would be help for me to learn more

  53. david herrera says:

    waaautreally very good and the best that it can carry a mobile and use it anywhere and any timet real thank you..

  54. TAH-BI says:

    i want to download the Microsoft Trab$nslator for office 2007

  55. TAH-BI says:

    I want to download the Microsoft Trab$nslator for office 2007

  56. Takako Aikawa says:

    Hi,

    To install Microsoft Translator for Office 2007, just go to http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=CD7DA089-5945-4972-83BA-3A047E258424

    Or, search "Microsoft Translator installer" with Bing.  The installer works for Office 2007.

    Hope that this is helpful….  

  57. Paulo says:

    no momento eu não tenho o que dizer.

  58. Paulo says:

    no momento eu não tenho o que dizer.

  59. Paulo says:

    No momento eu não tenho o que dizer.

  60. robkawa9 says:

    How do you type accents and so on in Microsoft translator?

  61. Hi Rob,

    if you are normally using the English (United States) keyboard, the easiest is to use the "United States-International" keyboard, which allows you to create accents using new dead keys that look like the accent. For instance ç by typing , followed by c, and ä by typing " followed by a. To use this keyboard, visit the Reagion and Language item in the Windows control panel, choose the tab for "Keyboards and Languages" and then "Change keyboards". You can have multiple keyboards installed at once, but using "the United Stats-International" keyboard exclusively is possible, and works well for me. You just need to remember to hit the space bar wherever you want the "accent" alone.

    Chris Wendt

    Microsoft Translator

  62. Robert Vickroy says:

    Translate DID NOT translated.

    I installed the Translator in WORD 2003 today and it did not translate.

    I typed english text into WORD 2003, right clicked screen, selected translate, selected English to Chinese PRC, touched ARROW, got an internet screen that showed a translation but all the translted characters where squares and not Chinese characters.

    How do I make the translate screen show CHinese characters ?  

  63. Hi Robert,

    Regarding the display of Chinese characters, this might be your Browser issue.

    To nail down the problem, check to see whether you can see Chinese characters inside your Research pane (i.e., the right-hand side pane in Word) when you translate selected texts into Chinese.  

    If you can see the Chinese characters there, then it’s your Browser issue.

    Not sure which Browser you use but if it’s IE, you might want to check Encoding under the Page button on IE.

    I’ll put some helpful links on how to use the Translate feature in Word below, just in case.

    blogs.msdn.com/…/office-document-translation.aspx

    http://www.howtogeek.com/…/translate-selected-text-in-microsoft-word-2007

    Hope that this helps.

    Takako Aikawa

  64. Douglas says:

    I have Windows 7 Ultimate with Office 2007. Downloaded the MS Translator but am having a hard time finding it in Word. Where is it? Are there instructions to following?

  65. Hi Douglas,

    To find the Translate feature in Word 2007, do the following:

    1. Highlight the text to be translated, then go to the Tools menu.  Select the Language menu option and then the Translate submenu option. The Research Task Pane (on the right-hand side) will appear.   (You can do the same by right-clicking and then select Translate.)

    2. In the Translation section of the Research Task Pane, you will see the fields From and To. In the From field, select the language that you want to translate from.  In the To field, select the language that you want to translate the selected text into.

    3. Once the languages in the From and To fields are selected, click on the green arrow below the To field to translate the text.

    You should be able to see the translation text(s) inside the Research Task pane.

    Hope that this helps.

  66. Office 2010 doesn't need the Microsoft Translator installer at all.  Microsoft Translator is already in Office 2010.

    For details on how to use Microsoft Translator in Office 2010, see:

    http://officecms/sites/preview/en-us/word-help/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

  67. Arabic Translation says:

    Thanks for this information, it was very helpful. Keep up the good work.

    <a href="http://www.translationtrudy.com/…/Arabic">Arabic Translation</a>

  68. platel says:

    Je souhaite bénéficier de l'aide du traducteur en ligne "translator" qui me permettra de mieux communiquer avec vous et aussi mes contacts de langue anglaise.

    remerciements anticipés,congratulations,

    PLATEL

  69. GAIL says:

    WHEN I TRY TO PRINT TRANSLATION, I ONLY GET THE FIRST PAGE. WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?

  70. Hi Gail,

    Did you use the "Insert" button from the Research pane (the side-pane on the right-hand side) and inserted translation(s) into the document first?  Would you clarify what do you mean by “Print Translation”, so that we can help?  Takako

  71. lakita mpassi rubain roland says:

    it very important to use this blog because it facility people to translate

  72. Hi Lakita,

    Yes, it's important for us to use this blog.  We can learn from each other and help each other.  Keep sending us feedback and comments.  Thank you.  Takako

  73. Men says:

    And Office 2010? Built in?

  74. Hi Men,

    yes, Translator is built into Office 2010. Just use the "Translate" icon on the ribbon, in Outlook in the "Message.Editing" group, in Word in the "Review.Language" group.

  75. Nadim Aboudan says:

    Creo que es una herramienta importante para tener a mano.

  76. susannah says:

    does it work for mac?

  77. Hi Susannah,

    This installer doesn't work for Mac.  MacOffice2011 however has the translate feature and you can translate sentences into different languages with Microsoft Translator.

    Best regards,

    Takako

  78. Neil Davis says:

    can this be used for office for mac 2008?

  79. Neil Davis says:

    can this be used for office for mac 2008?

  80. Hi Neil,

    This installer doesn't work for MacOffice 2008—only works for Windows Office.  Sorry about that.  MacOffice 2011 has our translator, though.  

    Takako — Microsoft Translator team

  81. Hans says:

    somebody hacked into my account and posted stuff on my list and thats bad, I could be mistaken for somebody else. Please help me to right this.

  82. Hello Hans,

    Not sure what you mean by "my account" or "my list".  Microsoft Translator Installer shouldn't affect one's account/list (whatever they might be).  It is for Office 2007/2003.  Are you talking about Tbot?  If so, go to the following site to see more details on how to use Tbot.

    blogs.msdn.com/…/tbot.aspx

    Hope that this is helpful.

    Thank you.  

    Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  83. solveig Hay says:

    HistoGrafic!

  84. Isha Sehgal says:

    Does it translate english doc to hindi.

  85. Hi Isha,

    Currently, it doesn't work for Hindi but we’re working on it.  We’ll announce it when it’s released.

    Thanks for your interests in Microsoft Translator.  Takako

  86. kprenn says:

    how do i get Turkish translate program for Microsoft Word?

  87. kprenn says:

    how do i get Turkish translate program for Microsoft Word?

  88. Hi Kprenn,

    If you're using Office 2010, check: office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    If you're using Office 2003 or 2007, download the MS Translator installer from: http://www.microsoft.com/…/details.aspx

    Once you add our Translator, you should be able to select Turkish in the Research pane.  The following site might be helpful for you as well.  

    office.microsoft.com/…/where-are-the-translation-options-HA010370555.aspx

    Hope that the above information is helpful.  Let me know if you have further questions.

    Thank you for using Microsoft Translator.

    Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  89. Hi Kprenn,

    The site below might be most helpful.

    blogs.msdn.com/…/office-document-translation.aspx

    Thanks.  Takako

  90. Peggy Baker says:

    I think I already have it in Word but am just too dumb to use it. Thanks a lot. I don't know what to do.

  91. Mary says:

    I have used the translator and it does work.   However, I have one problem, the document that I had tranlated had pictures added to it and once it was translated, the pictures were not visible.  How can I translate the document and keep the pictures on it?

  92. wolf says:

    does this also work for windows 2010

  93. Hello Wolf,

    Do you mean "Office 2010"?  Office 2010 has the Microsoft Translator button in the ribbon.  Click [Review] and you’ll see the Translate button in the ribbon.

    This is available not only for Word, but also for other Office programs.

    See more details at office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-HA010351422.aspx.  

    Hope that this is helpful.  Thanks.  Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  94. judy lynn says:

    Can you help me translate?

  95. Hi Judy,

    The following sites provide you how to use the translate feature for Office.

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-HP003082919.aspx

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-HA010351422.aspx

    Hope that the above sites can address your question.

    Let me know if you have further questions on how to use Microsoft Translator for Office.

    Thanks.

    Takako (Microsoft Translator team).

  96. Hi Mary,

    I thought I posted my comment(s) last week in response to your question.  Looks like it didn’t go through.

    To create a translation document with picture(s), use selected-text(s) translation instead of a whole document translation.

    Basically, you select your text(s); translate them into the language you want to see; and insert the translated sentence(s) into the document.  You can get detailed information on the selected text translation at the following sites.

    blogs.msdn.com/…/office-document-translation.aspx

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    Hope that this is helpful.  Thanks.  Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  97. habimana ngoma says:

    I did an urgent action letter they send it to me in english I like a trasilation in franch

  98. Hi habimana ngoma,

    Is your letter one of the languages supported by Microsoft Translator? Which version of Office do you have installed? Please let me know if you've installed the Microsoft Translator for Microsoft Office. If not, please install using the corresponding installer and let me know if it works for your letter.

    Thanks.

    Ronit (Microsoft Translator team)

  99. yasmeen says:

    this is so kool i love it but yall neet to make a 2011 version.

  100. Hi yasmeen,

    For Office 2010, you don't need the installer.  Office 2010 has the Translate button.  

    Go to the Review tab, so that you can see the Translate button.

    The following site might be helpful.

    office.microsoft.com/…/see-translations-with-the-mini-translator-HA010356733.aspx

    Let me know if any questions on how to use the translate feature for Office programs.

    Thanks for using MS Translator!

    Takako

  101. Edward says:

    I did come across a verbal translator tool but I can find where it was in Microsoft..when I trans  from english to spanish..there was verbal trans beside the written trans, I tried to find it again but cant..can anyone help?

  102. Hi Edward,

    I'm assuming you mean our Text To Speech (TTS) option, which is available on our main site (http://www.microsofttranslator.com).  When you translate from one language to another, if the target language (the one you're translating to) supports TTS, you will see a Speak button.  When you press this button, you will hear the translation. Unfortunately, this option is not available in Office, but only on our main site and through our API.

    I hope this answers your question.

    Sincerely,

    Will Lewis

    Microsoft Translator

  103. rhina says:

    I just realised I may have a major break through with my French class if I translate the lesson into French. Wow that would be a great help for my 'students' and for me, progress is so welcome, so we try all means of ways to help. We do this on a voluntary basis.

  104. ARkannan says:

    Hi i m looking for tamil translation i mean english to tamil.  how do i get it done in MSoffice/word itself.

  105. Hello ARkannan,

    We do not currently support Tamil in Microsoft Translator.  As soon as we do, we will post a notice here.

    Sincerely,

    William Lewis

    The Microsoft Translator Team

  106. Prantik says:

    I downloaded the translator today. I have MO 2007 installed in my machine. However at run time the installer throws a message 'Microsoft Translator was not added because office 2003 or 2007 is not installed in this computer". Would you please suggest how to troubleshoot this.

  107. The instructions at blogs.msdn.com/…/office-document-translation.aspx show how to manually install Microsoft Translator for Office 2007. This has the same effect as running the installer.

    Chris Wendt

    Microsoft Translator

  108. pooja gupta says:

    i need a translator from english to hindi, which it lacks .so i cannot translate my document from english ti hindi. suggest ways to do it

  109. Hi pooja gupta,

    We support Hindi on our landing page (www.microsofttranslator.com).  You can use our landing page for your English to Hindi translation.  We currently don’t support Hindi in Office translation but are working on it.  We’ll post a notice here when it becomes available.  Takako –Microsoft Translator team–

  110. Chanthaneth says:

    thank you very much

  111. gaillot says:

    merci pour la traduction en français pour l'anglais et peut-etre l'hindi.et le tamil?

  112. Hello gaillot,

    We currently support Hindi translation, but not yet in Office.  We'll let you know when it's available, and when we support Tamil translation.

    Sincerely,

    William Lewis

    Microsoft Translator Team

  113. Elizabeth Yu says:

    This is not applicable to me, as I have MS Office 2010 installed on my computer at work. Is there any other solution? I am, mainly, looking to translate the entire Excel (2010) file (mainly from English to Excel)

  114. Hi Elizabeth,

    Microsoft Translator is available in Office 2010 (no need to download anything).  If you go to the Review tab, you will see a Translate button on the ribbon.  For more information about the translation options in Office 2010, I recommend taking a look at the documentation provided here:  office.microsoft.com/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx.

    Hope that helps!

    Thanks,

    Will Lewis

    Microsoft Translator Team

  115. Alan Clarke says:

    Does this system support the Croatian Language?

  116. Hi Alan,

    We don't currently support the Croatian languages, but will in the future.  We will announce languages that we ship as they come available here.

    Sincerely,

    Will Lewis

    Microsoft Translator Team

  117. RICARDO POSTIGO says:

    WHAT ARE YOUR RATES FOR USING TRANSLATOR?

  118. Hi Richardo,

    We have lots of Office translator users and so, people must like it.  Try using it yourself by downloading our Translator.  You can find more information on the translate feature of Office programs below.  Hope that you like our Translator and would rate it as No. 1.  

    office.microsoft.com/…/results.aspx

    Regards,

    Takako –Microsoft Translator Team—

  119. Peter Boetker says:

    Hi MS

    I love the translationtools that has come. Google translate and yours.

    I have to use both of your since you complement one another very well. when I don't find what I'm looking for I look the other place.

    One thing.

    I am native danish and of course use transl eng dan, dan eng.

    I like to have bookmarks from google translate english 2 danish and danish to english. This makes it very easy for me to have both pages up. This helps me in the way that it's a bit slow to navigate the cursor. You could argue that I could load two pages and have a setting on each, and yes this I could do. But I'd have to set'em up seåerately each time I visit bing translate. Could you please have this in your considerations.

    Kind regards Peter

  120. Hi Richardo,

    If your question is about the subscription “rates” for Microsoft Translator, please visit Windows Azure Marketplace (datamarket.azure.com/…/1899a118-d202-492c-aa16-ba21c33c06cb).

    The site provides more details on the usage of our Translator.  Regards, Takako -Microsoft Translator Team-

  121. Hi Peter,

    please try the Microsoft Translator bookmarklet at labs.microsofttranslator.com/bookmarklet and let us know what you think.

    Chris Wendt

    Microsoft Translator

  122. eda says:

    why microosft transleter  sinot in the albanian languagge?can anybady help me because i need for my lessons.thank you.

  123. Muhammad Rafique, From Pakistan says:

    Sir, This is a very helpful translation toll in miscrosoft word but I seek translation in Urdu but could not find if possible to expand include urdu translation so that we can easily use it. Thanks

  124. aryabima says:

    baik, sangat terbantu, dan melancarkan komunkasi saya dengan bahasa yang berbeda.. kami dapat mengerti jalur komunikasi dua arah.. terima kasih..

  125. David Leyva says:

    Muy buena pagina se las recomiendo.gracias por su ayuda a Microft Translator.1/17/2012

  126. Tooo baaad, this translator can not be use on Office 2010. I hope there is a new version that can be use on office 2010.

  127. Hi Wahyu,

    Actually, Microsoft Translator is available in Office 2010 by default.  This article is directed to those who are still using Office 2003 and 2007, so that they can update their Office versions to use the translator.  If you're using Office 2010, you won't need to download the installer.

    William Lewis

    Microsoft Translator Team

  128. witri says:

    if only can I use this machine off line.

  129. Sebastiana Barros says:

    HI, i want to have microsoft translator in my computer

    Thanks,

  130. Lin says:

    I need to translate some school projects from English to Afrikaans urgently, is there a way to download such a tranlator

  131. Mario Skinder says:

    I just hope it works. Please make it work.

  132. Hi Mario,

    This is for Office 2003 and 2007.  If you have Office 2010, you don’t need to download the installer.

    If any problem, let us know.  Takako  (Microsoft Translator Team)

  133. Hi Lin,

    Microsoft Translator currently doesn’t support Afrikaans.  We’ll announce it at our forum site when we start supporting it.  Thanks.  Takako (Microsoft Translator Team)

  134. Moh. Asmady Samad says:

    Terima Kasih Untuk Bantuannya

  135. ebeth de lange says:

    I need to translate english into Afrikaans and can't find the afrikaans language anywhere.  please help

  136. GertOlivier says:

    Howto translate Afrikaans (South Africa) to English (South Africa)

  137. Sindoria says:

    But what if I have Office 2010?

  138. Hi Sindoria,

    If you have Office 2010, you don’t need to download the Microsoft Translator installer.

    Office 2010 has the Translate button under the Review tab.  For more details, visit the site below.

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    Let us know if any questions.  Microsoft Translator team

  139. frlipe says:

    tengo office 2010, el 20'7 no me dejo el ordenador, ahora quiero el traductor dde office y no me deja si lo desintalo luego no me vuelve a dar la version de pueba gracias

  140. Hi frlipe,

    ¿No está seguro de si entiendo tu pregunta como no sé a Español lo suficientemente bien.

    ¿El siguiente enlace te puede ayudar?

    office.microsoft.com/…/Translate-Text-HA010351422.aspx

    Si tienes Office 2010, no necesita descargar al instalador de traductor de Microsoft.

    Algunos detalles sobre cómo utilizar la función de traducir en Office 2010 están disponibles en:

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    Si estás preguntando preguntas totalmente diferente, háganoslo saber. Gracias.

    (translated by Microsoft Translator)

    Not sure whether I understand your question as I don’t know Spanish well enough.

    Can the following link help you?

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-HA010351422.aspx

    If you have Office 2010, you don’t need to download the Microsoft Translator Installer.  

    Some details on how to use the translate feature in Office 2010 are available from:

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    If you’re asking totally different question(s), let us know.  Thanks.  

    Takako (Microsoft Translator Team)

  141. James Rauch says:

    What about Word 2010?

  142. Hi James,

    Per note above to Sindoria, if you have Office 2010 (which includes Word 2010), you don’t need to download the Microsoft Translator installer.  See the Translate button on the Review tab.

    Will Lewis

    Microsoft Transltor Team

  143. peterpaulandmary says:

    I have Office 2010 Professional Plus, how can I transfer English words to Chinese in Words and others???

  144. Hi Peter,

    You can translate individual words in Office, or even whole documents.  Best to check out this link which will give you more material about how to use translator in Office:  office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx.

    Happy translating!

    William Lewis

    Microsoft Translator Team

  145. Anton says:

    I started using this feature about a week ago and it worked fine, from Dutch or French into English (I even put a shortcut into the toolbar to make it easier to access translate. It worked great for sentences, paragraphs and words (using Alt then clicking on the word). But now it no longer works just for words or a couple of words, returning a can't be or just a bilingual dictionary entry, which cannot be inserted automatically into word. Andy yet the same words will be translated if I incorporate them into a sentence. A big mystery!

  146. Susan Chow says:

    Quite a useful tool for me

  147. ducktapephil@yahoo.com says:

    I would like to have all languager to English is that pssible

  148. Hi ducktapephil,

    We recently added two new language services for Office, so that you can translate from/to all the languages that we support.  For details, please visit: http://www.microsofttranslator.com/…/office.

    If your question refers to how to use the translate feature in Office programs, please visit office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx for Office 2010 or office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-HA010351422.aspx for Office 2007.  Hope that this is helpful.  Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  149. olga says:

        это то, что я искала—супер!

  150. namjin says:

    Translation has been well done, but when I opened Microsoft Office Word 2007 this morning translation does not work by unknown reason.

  151. Hi Namjin,

    Office Translation in Word has been working fine.  I recommend you to close Office program; reopen it; and try using the translate feature again.

    If the problem persists, let us know.  You can post the issue here or you can post it on our user forum site (social.microsoft.com/…/threads).  Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  152. maria says:

    muy bueno.

  153. alan says:

    should add bahasa Malaysia on it…it will be interesting

  154. John Doe says:

    Eh oh,

    My name is John Doe, and I am wondering if this Microsoft Translator works for later versions of MS Office, like you know. Well does it?  

  155. Hello Alan,

    Thanks for your interest in Malay.  Whenever we add support for a new language, we will post a notice here.

    Sincerely,

    Lara Taylor Hickl

    The Microsoft Translator Team

  156. Hi John,

    If you have Office 2010, you can use the Translate button under the Review tab.  For more details, visit the site below:

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    Sincerely,

    Lara Taylor Hickl

    The Microsoft Translator Team

  157. stewart says:

    it could not see my office

  158. frank.w.bell@usa.net says:

    The translator for Office 2010 Word has only a few languages, and installing the translator won't complete because Office 2010 is supposedly absent when it is what I am using. At least this worked in the previous version of office, but I can't get that back now.

  159. Hi Frank,

    Please visit the link below.  You can add more languages following the instructions there.

    http://office.com/HP001037788

    Hope that this is helpful.  Let us know how it goes.  Thanks.  Takako (Microsoft Translator Team)

  160. agus haryono says:

    I am can't translate from English language to bahasa Indonesia, how to solve this matter?

  161. Hi Agus,

    Please visit this site (blogs.msdn.com/…/office.aspx) and follow the instructions there.

    Hope that this is helpful.  Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

  162. pahang says:

    neeed translater engglish to malay why dont have in mT

  163. Hi pahang,

    We’re working on it.  We’ll announce new languages when they get released on our blog site.  So stay tuned.  Thanks.

    Takako (Microsoft Translator Team)

  164. komparo.net says:

    this is great!

  165. debbie phan says:

    I would like you set-up the translator install for me encase when i read the Email Idont understaind what it them said

  166. Hi Debbie,

    You can use the translate feature for Outlook to read emails that you don’t understand.  The following links might be helpful for you.  Thanks.  Takako (Microsoft Translator team)

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-HP010151362.aspx

    office.microsoft.com/…/where-are-the-translation-options-HA010215829.aspx

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

  167. Mahesh M says:

    Hi, I tried to translate the document of 6MB size through translate utility in Word 2007. But, it did't work. I've tried again translating the document after breaking the document into small size documents. This time, it has got worked. Hope, there would be a certain threshold value for translating the word document from one language to another thorough Online. Can someone please suggest an alternate workaround for this?

    Best Regards,

    Mahesh M.

  168. Hi Mahesh,

    This is a known issue and we’ve posted an announcement on our Forum (See the section of Announcements on the top saying “Known issue on Word translation”.

    social.msdn.microsoft.com/…/threads

    We are currently suggesting users to split the large document into smaller documents, which you seem to have done already.  When we fix this problem, we’ll announce it on this forum.  Thanks.  Microsoft Translator Team

  169. Nigel Meredith says:

    What do we do with Office 2010 (into Russian)?

  170. Hi Nigel,

    You don’t have to download the installer for Office 2010.

    The site below explains how to use the translation feature for Office 2010.

    office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx

    If you want to add more languages, you can visit: http://www.microsofttranslator.com/…/office.

    Hope that this is helpful.  Thanks.  Takako (Microsoft Translator Team)

  171. hassanmasr says:

    thank for us

  172. Judy Karwacki says:

    I have installed Office 2013 and am unable to get the translation services to work. I have the  bilingual dictionaries and machine translation services selected.  I am trying to all the directions found at office.microsoft.com/…/translate-text-in-a-different-language-HA010354288.aspx.  But it keeps telling me I have no translation services available.  Can anyone help please?

  173. Hi Judy,

    You might find the link below more helpful; this site provides step-by-step explanations along with some visual cues.

    office.microsoft.com/…/add-or-change-research-services-HP001037788.aspx

    Would you try it again?  

    Let us know how it goes.  Microsoft Translator team

  174. Suzana Silva says:

    I would like to install the Microsoft Translator in my leptot to help me whit my job

  175. ana says:

    why don't you have Georgian language?

  176. Rosa Vina says:

    It's ok…Great attention and fast solution of problems

  177. carl yeager says:

    I found this product very difficult to install. It tells you if your computer does not down load in thirty second click on install. when you do this you are left hanging no where to go. I am very disappointed I am not able to use this program.

  178. Alfredo Mazive says:

    This tool is helpful when working in many languages and in need of quick and accurate translation. Thank you Microsoft Office

  179. leoni wilkinson says:

    I need to translate Afrikaans to English.  Please

  180. Hi Leoni Wilkinson,

    We don't currently support the Afrikaans language.  When we have finished working on it, we will let you know here on our blog.

    Thanks,

    William Lewis

    Microsoft Translator Team

  181. Judith Bishop says:

    I use Translator a lot in my job when communicating with colleagues abroad. I discovered today that for Japanese, there is no Insert option. For Hindi, Hebrew, Russian and other non-Latin texts, it works, but not Japanese. Is there some reason for this? I had to revert to a competing product to get my work done.

  182. Hi Judith,

    For a very short selection, Office shows a dictionary answer instead of translation. The dictionary answer indeed has no Insert button.

    The way to change this is to turn off the dictionary. Visit “Translation options…” in the research pane, and uncheck “Use online dictionary”. That’ll fix Japanese. If you have local dictionaries (likely you do, for French and Spanish) you’ll need to disable them individually in that same dialog.

    Let us know if that worked,

    Your Microsoft Translator team

  183. daniel muganza says:

    je suis un debutant en informatic et je ne parle pas englais.je serais tres content de traduire tout mes fichiers en francais. merci beaucoups a Microsoft Translator

  184. Hi Daniel,

    merci pour ton commentaire et pour ton usage de Translator.

    Microsoft Translator Team

  185. Julius javillonar says:

    thanks for the Microsoft translator

  186. Hi Julius,

    thanks for your feedback, we appreciate your kind words.

    Christian Federmann

    Microsoft Translator Team

  187. arnaldo says:

    muitu bom ter saber que esistem grandes equipa

  188. Dear Arnaldo,

    thanks for your friendly words which I'll share with the team 🙂

    Christian Federmann

    Microsoft Translator Team

  189. Steve says:

    Great service I use it all the time. Thank  you

  190. Greg Meehan says:

    I can't find Bengali! There's Hindu and Urdu but no Bengali!?

  191. Vladi says:

    I had office 2010 any I use Russian translator every day. I install Office 2013 and now I could not use this future and I could not find Russian option any were. Is this not available for 2013?

  192. Hello Vadi,

    Russian translation is available in 2013, similar to how it was in 2010. Visit the "Translate" option in the "Review" tab.

    Your Microsoft Translator team

  193. tony says:

    can I use this translator with my Mac B00k laptop?

  194. angela says:

    thank you!

  195. SAM SEADA says:

    THAT IS REALLY GREAT & COOL

  196. howgaz says:

    looking forward for  windows genious next translator thaat works offline.

  197. Sylvia A. Ybarra says:

    This could be a good tool for me to use.

  198. Senthilkumar sakthivel says:

    Hi,

    How to translate a document typed in English to tamil language.

    Thanks.

  199. mark zollo or zollo.mark@yahoo.com says:

    How do I e-mail or face book to someone and translate it to Dutch with a push of a button.

  200. vincenzocappai@hotmail.com says:

    I,

    it works also offline?

    Thank's

    Vincenzo

  201. @Vincenzo: no, it needs an Internet connection to our web service to work.

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